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Here are the slides I showed in lecture on March 19 summarizing revision needs for your Mod1 reports:
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Here are the slides I showed in lab on September 17 and 18 on writing your research article for the first module:
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[[Media:20_109_IPCPaper_Summary.pdf|IPC Paper Summary Comments for Revision]]
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[[Media:20.109_Sept09.pdf|Overview of Scientific Writing and Rhetoric]]
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Here are the slides I showed in lab on February 12 and 13 on writing your research article for the first module:
 
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[[Media:Writing_in20.109_Feb09.pdf|Overview of Scientific Writing and Rhetoric]]
 
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Also, don't forget to check out the [[20.109(S09):Protein_engineering_research_article]] guidelines.
 
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                     of scientific writing.</li>
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              <li>[http://www.languages.ait.ac.th/el21OPEN.htm Writing Up Research]<br />
 
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               <li>[http://web.clas.ufl.edu/users/mschafer/NeuroBiological/neurobiopage.html Writing in the Neurobiological Sciences]<br />
               <li>[http://web.clas.ufl.edu/users/mschafer/NeuroBiological/neurobiopage.html Writing in the Neurobiological Sciences]<br />

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Here are the slides I showed in lab on September 17 and 18 on writing your research article for the first module:
Overview of Scientific Writing and Rhetoric

The following are helpful places to do further investigation into good writing.

 
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